Shalini Tendulkar, ScD, ScM

Shalini A. Tendulkar, ScD, ScM is a Research and Evaluation Scientist at the Institute for Community Health (ICH) and an Instructor in Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. Shalini's work spans multiple content areas and utilizes diverse approaches to understanding and addressing population health issues. Shalini is particularly committed to community-engaged scholarship and has extensive experience conducting research and evaluation in collaboration with community and academic partners. She has also provided extensive research and evaluation training and technical assistance to both academic and community partners.  Shalini has experience utilizing both qualitative and quantitative methods and has led primary data collection and secondary data analysis efforts. She conducts research and evaluation in numerous areas including parenting research, health disparities research and evaluation with men of color, and research with Asian American populations. Shalini received her undergraduate degree from Wellesley College and her Masters and Doctorate in Maternal and Child Health from the Harvard School of Public Health.

Courses Taught

SW 441 Social Work Research